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Keio Line

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: CD1: Tokyo Electric Guerilla; Ikebukuro: Tout le Monde Descend!; Shibuya AKS. CD2: Merzdon/Helzdow Kills Animal Killers; Chaos Line; Fuck the Power (and Fuck Global Players).

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Richard Pinhas - Merzbow: Keio Line

Read "Keio Line" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Ascoltando le lunghe tracce di questo doppio album la vostra stanza dovrebbe cambiare fisionomia. Il senso di questa musica è infatti lo stesso della musique d'ameublement, la musica d'arredamento così come teorizzata da Erik Satie. Sembra infatti non richiesta all'ascoltatore una particolare attenzione per gli sviluppi delle composizioni, non c'è un filo logico da seguire, né ...

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Richard Pinhas / Merzbow: Keio Line

Read "Keio Line" reviewed by Nic Jones

Both guitarist Richard Pinhas and musician/artist Merzbow (Masami Akita) have been working at their craft since the '70s, and this meeting of minds is in essence a microcosm of their work. As pioneers in the field of noise as music they've produced work that hasn't been co-opted by a broadening mainstream and that in itself perhaps ...

Keio Line

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: CD 1: 01. Tokyo Electric Guerilla; 02. Ikebukuro: Tout le Monde Descend!; 03. Shibuya AKS. CD 2: 01. Merzdon/Heldow Kills Animal Killers; 02. Chaos Line; 03. Fuck the Power (and Fuck Global Players). Tutti i brani sono di Merzbow/Richard Pinhas.

Keio Line

Label: Cuneiform Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: CD1: Tokyo Electric Guerilla; Ikebukuro: Tout le Monde Descend!; Shibuya AKS. CD2: Merzdon/Helzdow Kills Animal Killers; Chaos Line; Fuck the Power (and Fuck Global Players).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Richard Pinhas / Merzbow: Keio Line

Read "Keio Line" reviewed by John Kelman

Following up on Metatron (Cuneiform, 2007), widely considered his finest record to date, experimental guitarist Richard Pinhas shifts direction slightly with Keio Line, a collaboration with the uncompromising Merzbow, originator of Japanese noise music. It's an album of ambient soundscapes that prove noise can indeed be beautiful, and that it's possible to dispense with ...


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